Paco de Lucia: A Journey


Directed by Curro Sánchez Varela


Saturday March 7th @ 4:00pm TOWER 1
Sunday March 8th @ 9:45pm REGAL 17
Discounted tickets available to Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame members
(Use discount code: PACO2015)

Paco-de-Lucia-Poster_webWorld renowned flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia’s exceptional life and rise to fame are exquisitely put together in this film by his son Francisco Sánchez Varela. Varela captures his father’s last days on earth just before a sudden and unexpected death in 2014 at 66 years of age.
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Rudy Perez releases Después De Ti Que, honoring Mothers around the world

Después_de_TíRenown music producer and songwriter, Rudy Perez releases Después De Ti Que, honoring Mothers around the world on Mother’s Day.

“I wrote this song in the early 80s on Mother’s Day, for my dear mother Elsa. It’s entitled: Después De Tí…Qué,”states Rudy Perez. “Hopefully this version will warm your Mother’s heart as well.”

Rudy Pérez is an International Songwriter, Producer, Arranger, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. During the last 30 years, he has composed over 1,000 songs with over 300 of them have been #1 or top ten hits. He has written and produced tracks for artists including Beyonce, Julio Iglesias, Christina Aguilera, IL Divo, Natalie Cole, Michael Bolton, Luis Miguel, Jose Feliciano, Marc Anthony, Jon Secada, Cyndi Lauper, Roberto Carlos, Los Temerarios, Juan Gabriel, Alejandro Fernandez, Marco Antonio Solis, Jose Luis Rodriguez (El Puma) Alexandre Pires, Arturo Sandoval, Chayene, Luis Fonsi, Dima Bilan, Leonid Agutin and Jaci Velasquez, Juan Luis Guerra among many more.

Rudy is the first Latin record producer to win the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Producer of the Year four consecutive years. Perez has also been awarded ASCAP’s Songwriter of The Year 5 times. In 2010 Billboard Magazine named Rudy “Producer of The Decade” for having more # 1 and Top Ten Hits chart from 2000 to 2010.

Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Star-studded ceremony to take place at New World Center


“I believe that the founding of the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame is of extreme cultural importance,” said Grammy Award winning songwriter Rudy Perez from his North Beach studio. He and fellow songwriter, Desmond Child, will make history on April 23 when they bring some of the biggest names in music to the New World Center for the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame’s first induction gala.

“In the 500 years that Latin songwriting has been going on,” he continued, “we have never had a Hall of Fame to preserve, honor and celebrate the legacies of the body of work that paved the way for songwriters like me.”

The inaugural class includes Manuel Alejandro (España), Jose Angel Espinosa “Ferrusquilla” (Mexico), Jose Feliciano (Puerto Rico), Julio Iglesias (España), Armando Manzanero (Mexico), and Concha Valdez Miranda (Cuba). A posthumous recognition award will be made to Roberto Cantoral (Mexico). Each iconic songwriter will receive the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame’s La Musa Award.

Rudy Perez For Perez, the Hall of Fame is a long-term endeavor with a goal of having a physical museum in Miami and then to expand to Buenos Aires, Mexico and Spain. Read more

La canción del productor Rudy Pérez que Whitney Houston no llegó a cantar

By OSCAR SUAREZ UNIVERSO INCREIBLE (orginal article and video)

El prestigioso productor, compositor y arreglista cubano Rudy Pérez nos contó sobre el inmenso placer que sentía Whitney de volver al circuito internacional con esa nueva canción.

También nos reveló, durante la entrevista en video, las cualidades de notables intérpretes con los que ha trabajado, como Beyonce, Marc Anthony, Julio Iglesias, Cristina Aguilera, y muchos otras estrellas de ls música.

Rudy Pérez ha ganado varios premios Billboard, Grammy, y más de 400 discos de oro y platino.

Confesó que tiene un libro en preparación con miles de anécdotas con las grandes figuras que ha trabajado, por lo que solo nos confió algunos pequeños detalles de Beyonce y Julio Iglesias. Read more

Julio Iglesias in First Class to Enter Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame

Billboard By Judy Cantor-Navas | January 28, 2013 5:35 PM EST

Manuel Alejandro, Jose Angel “Ferrusquilla” Espinosa, Jose Feliciano, Julio Iglesias, Armando Manzanero, and Concha Valdez Miranda are the first five songwriters to be honored by the recently created Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame at a ceremony presented in association with Billboard.

The composers, from Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Cuba, will be inducted at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 23, at the New World Center in Miami Beach. John Leguizamo will host the gala event, which takes place during the Billboard Latin Music Conference. Read more

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